Va. Leaders: No Parole Cut Crime; Critics Disagree

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Virginia Attorney General Jerry Kilgore and U.S. Sen. George Allen yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the state’s abolition of parole, says the Washington Post. The two Republicans said it has resulted in longer prison terms for violent felons, more certainty in sentencing, and lower crime rates. Activists who fought parole abolition said it continues
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